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Jul 23, 2012 5:00pm PDT
and tells us even though it borders oakland there are huge differences. >> reporter: look, we got barricades here, media and public kept at bay and heavily armed police officers. the fundraising house is around the bend. all the roads leading up to it is closed. fundraising is very important for the president who expects to be the first sitting president to be outspent. >>> the excitement was building all day. they took their regular neighborhood walk with a purpose. >> to check out obama's lunch and be a participate. [ talking at the same time ] >> not with them at $35,800. >> reporter: the neighbors are hosting president obama at their home for the president's fundraising swing. why piedmont? the difference in means. oakland next door has a average income of $77,000 a year with 13% living below povertity. in piedmont, more than $382,000. >> if piedmont is a cash register for him, that is what he has to do. >> we are the atm machine. >> reporter: he says what california lacks in campaign incentive because it is a blue state it makes up for in cash incentive. it tops the list for campaign c
FOX
Jul 24, 2012 5:00pm PDT
their family. cara liu, ktvu. >>> in oakland firefighters told us this afternoon they still haven't determined what started the fire that destroyed a house overnight. the flames started at the back of the vacant house on 35th avenue around 2:00. firefighters had the fire out about an hour later but say the house is now a total loss. neighbors say they have seen squatters but there's no word on whether the squatters are responsible for the fire. >>> a man was rescued from a cliff. he was trapped on 32nd avenue and el camino del mar. it's not clear how the man became stuck but fishes plucked him off the cliff without injurys in a second man charged in the death of his three daughters pled not guilty. wilfredo reyes was arrested in north carolina earlier this month. he was soft smoken today as he entered the pleas and denied he is a member of a violent street gang. reyes is charged in the deaths of anthony bolognia and his son matthew and michael back in 2008. another man edwin ramos has already been convicted and sentenced to life in prison for their murders. >>> it is estimated th
FOX
Jul 19, 2012 5:00pm PDT
going to use these just in case he wants to take him away from me because he said that, that he is powerful and he can -- he can do it. >> did he say he was powerful? >> no. >> you said in the video he said he is very powerful. >> yes. >> she gave the count with certain specific allegations. the city attorney will ask was she lying then or now. >> reporter: ellana lopez says she supports her husband. she will appear in court tomorrow morning to ask a judge to lift a protective order that kept them separated since -- separated since january. >> reporter: ellana lopez is expected to take the stand within minutes. there you see ross mirkarimi. we will monitor what happens and bring you an update as soon as she resumes her testimony. david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >> more details here. we spoke with aaron pestcon, he is waiting to hear if he will testimony. he is expected to address claims the mayor ed lee perjured himself. he said the mayor's office asked him to offer ross mirkarimi a new job if he would resign as sheriff. >> i will testify to those issues, yes. >> the ethic
FOX
Jul 12, 2012 5:00pm PDT
networking website and police think there may be more victims. >> using the social network sites there is the possibility of being more than one person contacted by him. as a result of that we are looking for future leads or continued leads. >> he will face charges of using a computer to set up the meeting with the girl -- meetings with the girls. . >>> principal surrendered to police and posted jail. she is failing to report sexual abuse of a teacher. the teacher is facing felony charges. >>> three people hurt in two shootings today. news chopper 2 was live over the scene. the first shooting was at 9:30 a.m. officials say another victim was shot later nearby. investigators say at least two of the victims were taken to area hospitals and all three are expected to survive. the shootings are under investigation. at this point it is unclear if the two are related. >>> police are searching searching for a homicide suspect after a woman was found shot to death. the coroner removed the body this morning from the motel. guests say they heard gunfire around 3:00 a.m. and a lot of screami
FOX
Jul 16, 2012 5:00pm PDT
is true vada, made by gilead sciences. it has been used for eight years to treat people inspected with hiv now the fda approved it as a preventative measure for those at high risk, those who are sex with hiv infected partners. coming up, eperts put this -- experts put this in perspective for us and what this means for the future. >> four people appeared in court facing charges in a south bay abuse case. ktvu's matt keller is live. you heard about horrible conditions the victims were libbing in -- living in. >> reporter: yes, all four were taken into custody and brought to jail. >>> the attorney tried to keep her client out of jail this afternoon. but did not succeed. her brother, dad, and her mom were all taken into custody today during their hearing after bail was increased to $500,000 each. prosecutors say another suspect is expected in court soon. they are facing 18 charges, 15 elder abuse felonies for running a unlicensed care home. prosecutors say they neglected a dozen adults, malnourishes, beaten and forbidden to use toilet paper and they removed 40 dogs from the home. >> looking i
FOX
Jul 30, 2012 5:00pm PDT
on us. >> reporter: investigators spent the day checking the party buss on the lot. no one here was talking but party bus has not been operating since friday night. they say activity has slowed down. >> i know they park them next door and there is just lots of them over there. there usually is. >> reporter: in san jose the chp spent the morning inspecting the bus involved. friday two women on the bus were fighting as the bus was traveling. before it reached highway 9 they fell out the side door. >> we don't know if the door was faulty. we don't know if someone opened the door and said get out of here. we are uncertain right now and that is the question we are trying to answer. >> reporter: investigators say 24-year-old natasha noland was run over by the bus' tire and killed. the other woman was slightly injured and cooperating with investigators. officers say the bus had a dozen or so people on board and many were drunk and some even ran away. it is too early to tell if anyone was criminally negligent. at 6:00, new information that we uncovered about the party bus company. janin
FOX
Jul 4, 2012 5:00pm PDT
joins us live where the shooting happened. ken? >> reporter: it is biz as usual here in this. police were responding to a domestic violence when they found the suspect. officers tried to use non-leth force, even knowing the man had a -- non-lethal force, even knowing the man had a gun. >> reporter: marshall tobin being processed for evidence. she heard the shots. >> we could hear multiple shots. all week long, up till the forth of july. >> reporter: 100 yards from the parking lot is this apartment building where police received a 911 domestic violence call. before they arrived a second 911 call put the suspect and his car in the safeway parking lot. >> as the officers approached the vehicle, the subject exited the vehicle. one of the officers could see immediately he had a hand gun. >> reporter: police say they tasered him when he failed to raise his hands. >> the taser was in effective. they continued to get him to raise his hands and the subject made a movement and went for the gun. >> reporter: police say two officers opened fire in what is the sixth officer involved shooting this
FOX
Jul 27, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. president obama says the issue should be decided in the u.s. supreme court. >>> michael bloomburg says he strongly disagreed with san francisco major ed lee when it comes to the chick-fil-a controversy. the mayor said the business is not welcomed in their city. mayor bloomburg said taking political beliefs when it comes to food chain permits is not the government's job. >> think what would happen in the cities where the views are in the other side. >> new york has one chick-fil-a resident it's there on the nyu campus. >>> we'll talk more with mayor lee about his recent tweet about the chick-fil-a controversy. >>> the founder of amazon is backing the same-sex marriage law by a contribution. the coalition working to uphold the state's same-sex marriage law. it's believed to be the largest individual donation to protect same-sex marriage. >>> we're getting more eyewitness accounts tonight of that daring robbery where four gunmen burst right into a jewelry store right in the middle of the new park mall. and cara liu is in newark and tell us what she learned. >> reporter: one shop owner tells
FOX
Jul 25, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> reporter: the shooting sparked a riot. police using pepper spray injured some in the crowd. >> they turned into this commercial center and picking up the shopping carts and running with them and throwing them through the windows. >> reporter: the second incident happened on sunday when officers killed a man they say opened fire on them during a foot chase. he was the fifty person to die -- fifth person to die in an officer-involved shooting this year. >> i know the mother's feelings, because i know what i felt. i know what it did to me. >> reporter: the mayor is calling for local state and federal probes into the fatal shootings. >> i've called the u.s. attorney's office to conduct an independent investigation. when the investigations are concluded, we will have a clear and complete understanding of these incidents. >> reporter: diaz's family is filing a $50 million lawsuit against the city of anaheim and the police department. meantime, the police officers association say the officers felt threatened and acted appropriately. in los angeles, adam housely, fox news. >>> the mother of one of
FOX
Jul 26, 2012 5:00pm PDT
too. >> i think it is way too corporate. i used it a lot in college but more of my information is being sold. >> reporter: facebook's report was mixed, it met wall street's expectations, although one time charges resulted in a net loss of $157 million, which is not what investors wanted. >> they are expecting an apple- like performance, they got short of that and they are disappointed. >> reporter: he says the resulting drop in stock value doesn't mean facebook is a bad long term investment but his clients are not enthusiastic right now. >> people didn't think it was the magic stock that was going to make everybody rich. with that they are taking a different approach, taking a step back and saying i am not going to jump. >> reporter: analysts seem mixed on how successful facebook can be. coming up at 6:00, what is happening with facebook's partnership with zynga and why it is adding to the gloomy picture. robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >> more details on facebook, the company went public on may 18. after a gain on the first day the stock fallen. it closed today at 2684 whic
FOX
Jul 2, 2012 5:00pm PDT
for uses not approved by the fda. the company hid data showing a diabetes drug could increase the risk of heart attack. prosecutors say glaxosmithkline bribed doctors to prescribe its drugs. >> glaxosmithkline officials apologized for their actions and said they revamped procedures. >>> the court identified a recruit from sacramento who died after a fitness examine. he was a former specialists in the army reserve. he ran last week in san diego, and then collapsed. he later died at the hospital. >>> there are a few things i can do here this week in san bruno that i can't do if i take one step over the boarder. >> warmer weather into the bay area. we will look at the forecast coming up. . >>> fireworks sales are red hot right now as people get ready for the forth of july. ktvu's noelle walker is live where the sale may be legal here but the use can land someone on the other side of the law. right? >> reporter: exactly right. just because i bought here in san bruno legally, doesn't mean i can lite them anywhere. >> reporter: the rush is on. forth of july is two days away. >> you got to ha
FOX
Jul 13, 2012 5:00pm PDT
-old eduardo chaparro allegedly used this car to strike and severely injure 29-year-old calfire fighter albert bartol. >> it demonstrates that dennis is not the aggressor in this situation. >> reporter: chaparro's situation shows batal entering the restaurant and sparking a confrontation by pushing a cart into the suspects. >> dennis gets in between them, puts his arms up to stop any possible fight and he leaves when the manager comes out. then you see bartel escaping the manager's grasp going doing a b line for my client then punching him in the face. >> reporter: chaparro's defense team wants to show that he was not the driver of the car. they've charged him with attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and torture. gascon says the video we showed him today doesn't change his mind about the charges. >> it's hard to make the leap from going from that altercation to using a 4,000- pound vehicle and basically trying to murder someone. >> reporter: coming up at 6:00, the other surveillance tape prosecutors are using to build a case of attempted murder. for now reporting live in san francis
FOX
Jul 3, 2012 5:00pm PDT
for sake us. that's all i can statement. >> reporter: the robbers took cell phones and i-pods. there was another robbery on sunday but it was apparently unrelated. live in union city. >> after nearly three weeks oakland police this morning ended this occupation at lakeview elementary, threwing property testers off the property. we are back at the school where a rally in support of the protesters is just getting started. >> reporter: yeah. that rally now underway. take a look. you can see it here. in the last five this crowd gathered here on the steps, they were across the street over there, moved then back here to the steps of lakeview elementary, reoccupying the site now that the official occupation is over. classes for the people school, the name give into the summer program were held on the lawn across the street today, since protesters were thrown out of the school this morning. the education one man's son gets here rivals anything students learn inside the classroom. >> they have good programs in the schools but he has never been so excited about education. he came
FOX
Jul 9, 2012 5:00pm PDT
news. ktvu channel 2 news paul chambers tells us who is in custody and how he was found. >> reporter: within the hour i wrapped up an interview with edward ramos' attorney. his attorney said the time during the trial that edward ramos says he was not the gunman in the murders but this man was. 31-year-old wilfredo reyes. he was arrested this morning in north carolina. he is a known member of the ms- 13 gang and wanted for the murders of anthony bologna and his two sons. last month edward ramos was found guilty, however edward ramos' attorney feels that the timing of the arrest is suspicious and she is frustrated especially since she told them wilfredo reyes was in north carolina. >> they put off arresting this man because they knew there was a chance the truth would come out that edward ramos did not murdther bologna family. >> reporter: -- murder the bologna family. >> reporter: he said today i share this major development with the bologna family. we are one step closer to bringing this individual to justice. >> the suspect is in custody in north carolina and he will be transferred
FOX
Jul 11, 2012 5:00pm PDT
acres here last night. >> and the fact that it's three different areas leads us to believe it's intentionally set. >> reporter: fire investigators say there was another fire here yesterday afternoon as well as monday. in all, seven fires have occurred here in the past month. the areas used by hikers and there are also several homeless encampments. the homeless are upset and -- homeowners are upset and want the city to do thing about it. >> right outside the fence line is the orchard and it's dry brush. it's a huge threat. >> there's somebody setting these fires. it can't be -- you know, they're not setting themselves. somebody is setting these. >> reporter: the fire department, along with several agencies, are investigating. one thing they're looking at is how the homeless camps might be involved. coming up at 6, more on that, including hearing from the homeless. live in san jose, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we have new details tonight in the william lynch priest beating case. the district attorney's office said today they're not going to refile assault charges against lynch. las
FOX
Jul 29, 2012 5:00pm PDT
and a half. you can see crews used a crane to hoist a cage up to the ride and an engineer freed the cars that ran back down the track. a spokeswoman said the ride got stuck after the first tower. they have been uprite the whole time -- up right the whole time. the ride was working this morning and this is the first roller coaster in a decade and there were crowds lined up to see it. >> waiting to go on this ride. one of the main reasons i came here. it shouldn't be stuck. it is better they weren't upside down. >> reporter: six flags president is coming out to speak with us. he will have details on what happened to stop the ride, how they found a way to fix the ride and talk about compensation if any for the riders and what happens next for this brand new ride now at a stand still. patty lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we are learning more about the woman who was killed after she fell out of a moving party bus on highway 17. friends and family are speaking out. ktvu's janine de la vega is live with new information. >> reporter: people have been bringing in flowers and cards all day here to
FOX
Jul 18, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> reporter: the chocolate factory is open but no one inside will talk to us. the officer involved shooting started here inside tcho new american chocolate. >> reporter: you can see the police activity outside peer 17. officers say this morning a man who was a temporary worker for the tcho new american chocolate slashed a fellow employee. >> one employee stabbed another in the arm. >> he was upset. acting strangely. [no audio] >> reporter: the suspect has died. the victim was taken to the hospital where he was treated to cuts to the arm. the officer was put on made administrative leave when is sust marry. -- customary. at 6:00 what police have to say. live in san francisco, paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a man accused of killing his neighborhood's dog with a brick was in court today. he attended a review conference. he is charged with animal cruelty with killing his neighbor's dog. the dog's family rushed the dog to a vet. he claims the dog tried to bite him on several occasions. >> the dog tried to bite me. i am scared because i have my kids. >> that is what he is saying right now
FOX
Jul 1, 2012 5:00pm PDT
with the volunteers about their mission. we caught up with them here this afternoon. they said they could always use donations of goods and clothes but what they really need is cash. >> reporter: for weeks firefighters have been battling blazes in colorado. it stretched resources for workers and today the salvation army called in reinforcement from the bay area. they made their way through san francisco international airport at noon. they have been supporting firefighters. she expects her skills will be put to use but she could wind up doing anything. >> there could be the opportunity that i am serving, providing food and water to the firefighters. we are as flexible as possible. >> reporter: she expects to help organize the relief efforts. >> i have expertise in the medical area, nations coming in and going out. >> reporter: won't say any kind of donation to hem -- both say any kind of donation is welcome. >> we can distribute money to the people in need to get new underwear, basic things like that. if you want to help go to www.ktvu.com for ways to donate. both salvation army volunteers are headed
FOX
Jul 5, 2012 5:00pm PDT
fired at the us -- fired that suspects and the suspect fired at officers before throwing his gun over the edge into the water. >> reporter: both were hurt in the crash out here and taken to the hospital. he is likely to face felony dui and weapons charges. live from the bay bridge, cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> police are trying to collect surveillance video for clues into a deadly hit and run into a bicyclist. it happened at 9:30 p.m. last night. police say the driver hit the bicyclist and dragged him more than 1then feet. he -- than 100 feet. car is a older dark colored sedan. one witness said it looked like the driver did it on purpose. we will hear more coming up in a live report on ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00. the chp said it dui crack down resulted in dozens of arrests. in the bay area, they made 80 arrests for the forth of july holiday. last year it lasted four days and resulted in 251 arrests. statewide 479 arrests this year. in 2011, 1500 arrests. officers note because the holiday was on a wednesday there they have been fewer people who drank. >>> police determined a sus
FOX
Jul 20, 2012 5:00pm PDT
of colorado medical school but was in the process of withdrawing. septemberors say he used four weapons including an ak-47 with an extra large drum that could carry more than a hundred rounds and he bought awful those at the past two months and all of them are legal in colorado. >> reporter: the shooting is leading to tighter security in theaters here at home. some people going to the theater have to leave certain, usually harmless items at home. >> the latest showings just started a few minutes ago. people say they will go inside the movie and not let the tragedy affect it. across the bay in san francisco, and down south to san jose. >> reporter: police are in high alert after 12 people were killed 59 were injured. >> we are very concerned about copy cat types of action. >> reporter: to 1207 that from happening here they are driving by and in some cases going inside the theaters to make sure everybody is safe. >> we are concerned, we have extra patrols, when the movie starts h it lets out. >> reporter: we were there as a long line waited outside the theater to see the latest movie.
FOX
Jul 6, 2012 5:00pm PDT
the oil recycling plant. evergreen handles hazardous waste materials including used motor oil and other waste. the team eventually determined there was no health hazard posed by the leak. > dealing the oil based product and if there was anyo pension for health hazards its that's it the number one concern. the second is if it's flammable. >> one worker was treated at the scene for breathing problems, no other injuries were reported. >> what's expected to be a long appeals process is underway in the case of scott peterson. lawyers have appealed his 2004 death sentence to the california supreme court. he was found guilty of killing his wife and their son and dumping them in the bay. he has maintained his innocence. at peal argues media attention kept him from getting a frail trial. >>> a home was damaged by an early morning fire. flames broke out around 3:30 a.m. on the home. a family of four was sleeping inside at the time and smoke alarms woke them up. everybody made it out safely. firefighters remained at the home for hours checking for hot spots. most of the damage was to the gara
FOX
Jul 15, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. they wouldn't tell us any information. >> reporter: police are calling this suspicious death a process of investigating. there is no obvious signs of death. they will wait for the coroner to arrive to make that determination. they are asking for the public's help with identifying that man. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a officer involved shooting has come to an end and we were there. coming up in 10 minutes, more of this video of the man's arrest. >>> police are asking for the public's help to find a gunman who opened fire on a teen. the shooting hit the man in the leg at 2:45 a.m. in the morning. the victim is expected to recover. police have no suspected. they will take anonymous phone or texas message -- text messages. >> police are investigating shootings that injured two men. the first happened at 12:40 a.m. this morning. the second happened an hour later. one man was shot and taken to the hospital. he was unacooperative and they are not releasing details about his condition. the first victim is in stable condition and he was allots involved -- also involved in a car cra
FOX
Jul 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
appropriately. >> this concern reflects a particular kind of pipe made at a certain time but using plastic pipe to carry natural gas is normal. they said its flexibility of plastic pipe make itself a better material in some conditions than steel in quake prone areas, ken pritchett. >> preparations underway for a major testing program on a natural gas pipeline near redwood. pg&e crews have searched the area and vented the line for hydro testing. that involves filling the line with thousands of galloons of water to pressure eyes the pipes. pg&e told residents they may detect the smell of gas during the process. testing expected to start next week. the utility plans to test about 185 miles of pipes this year alone. >> a homeowner with a garden shovel managed to scare off a burglar. it happened on indian hill road about 11:30 a.m. the homeowner heard breaking glass and went to investigate with shovel in hand. he found a man inside his home and chased him out. the burglar disappeared but nothing was taken from the home. the suspect is a hispanic with a chubby build. >>> a san francisco police offi
FOX
Jul 8, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> 56 brown pelicans, we are going through 400 pounds of fish a day which costs us $700 a day. >> reporter: isabel with international bird rescue san francisco bay center said some of them are lifed injured but most are just hungry young birds inspectioned at hunting. >> they are just looking for food and if people are offering them some kind of food or somehow getting them in closer to them then they will do whatever they can to get fed. >> reporter: there could be a lack of food or a die off of a growing population. they were listed as endangered just a few years ago. she said if someone sees a hungy pelican they should leave it alone at first. >> we want to see if they can eventually start foraging on their own. >> reporter: the bird center said this time last year they saw hungry pelicans but the numbers are greater this year which may add to the thought that this could be the result of a growing population. in fairfield. ken pritchett. >> a quake in the fort bragg area may have rattled people awake a little earlier than they would like. a 4.3 quake shook the area just
FOX
Jul 22, 2012 5:00pm PDT
is under investigation. >> firefighters could use help from mother nature. let's check in with mark. >> if you live inland you already know the worry, the heat. temperatures have been going up in to the 90s and the fires, triple ticket temperatures yesterday and for today. the entire weekend. we have the clear sykes over the bay but the fog will be on the increase. closer information now. it's 102 degrees in sacramento. vacaville at 103. back the maps out. show you this it, there is a satellite, that's the other extreme of the temperature range. the cool marine air near the coastline. fog hugging parts of the coast especially south of pillar point. as far as temperatures locally just updated. you can seat 90s inland near fairfield, concord and livermore. not much change here. we had triple digit heat there yesterday. san francisco 67, san jose in the lower 80's. for today a -- the laner rain layer and temperatures cooling off for the coast. look what happens over the next 12 hours, the marine layer deepens and cooler temperatures in the forecast over the next few days, overnight lo
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